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When one is in the mood, there is very little more satisfying than sensual, passionate, love-making. We all go through waves of sexual inspiration, but when we have a long-term dry patch, our personal motivation and relationship chemistry can take easily take a dive. Sometimes it is the little things that can make a big difference and coconut oil is one of them. Apart from the pleasant sensation that coconut oil provides when playing between the sheets, this bottle of silkiness has a lot more potency up her sleeve. When it comes to sex drive – hormones are the little power packs that run the show. Hormones are made of cholesterol (the good one); and guess which fat is in the best bioavailable format to feed our hormones? You guessed it – coconut oil! Not only does this oil play an important role in keeping our thyroid happy, it also helps us increase our sex drive by feeding progesterone and testosterone. These two buddies play a key role in our stress management and the making of cortisol; so the more stressed we are the more help we need boosting our progesterone and testosterone levels. You can happily munch away on coconut oil in your breakfast, smoothies, or raw chocolate body paint. This versatile bottle of joy is a delicious, nutritious addition to your libido toolbox.


Kheyrne Danu

Kheyrne Danu has spent the last seven years working with women through personal coaching and workshops on natural wellness; she is also the brainchild of the Super Thrive brand, a natural product for stress support. Kheyrne first studied interior design, but soon switched to natural wellness, a subject that has fascinated her for over 16 years.

She also trained as a kinesiologist, a doula and yoga instructor, as well as being a professional dance teacher and bodywork practitioner. Kheyrne feels that life really shines through when one has a great understanding of and relationship with one’s own body. She is a writer for Longevity magazine.

The content in this editorial is for general information only and is not intended to provide medical or other professional advice. For more information on your medical condition and treatment options, speak to your healthcare professional.